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Music by elton johnlyrics by tim ricefrom the soundtrack the road to el doradoour glorious citywas build by the divinities by godswho saw fit to bestowthe gift of a paradisepeaceful and harmonious uponus mere mortals belowand made el doradothe magnificent and goldenone thousand years agoel dorado, el dorado, el doradobut all this was grantedfor only one millenniumi know my legacy is to fulfillmy promise to all my peoplewho have trusted me, the godswill approve of us stillpreserve el doradothe magnificent and goldenand I believe they willel dorado, el dorado, el doradoel dorado, el dorado, el doradothe mountains so high and waters deepare her disguiseher secrets are safe from foreign handsand eyes foreverpreserve el doradothe magnificent and goldentand I believe they willel dorado, el dorado, el doradoel dorado, el dorado, el doradoel dorado, el dorado, el doradoel dorado, el dorado, el dorado



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